You can be sure that all the characters on the list are known by almost everyone in Japan.
Respect is conveyed by the use of special terms of address and certain stylistic devices.But respect is also expressed by nonverbal behavior.You’d just never guess how many of us are sticklers for spelling, and shocking as it may be, some of us think a well-placed semicolon is hot.When you need one, simply cut then paste a fitting one into a reply, and then tailor it by inserting their name if they provided it.It is also out of respect that the Vietnamese student avoids eye contact with the teacher when speaking or being spoken to.
By American standards, a person acting in this way would appear suspicious, unreliable, or mischievous.
slightly bow the head and/or put the hands in front of the chest in order to show more respect.
While most men on the Internet are just as normal as you are, you don’t want Hannibal Lecter ringing your doorbell, even if he’s carrying a box of Godiva chocolates.
DO post a recent photo, and write an honest description of yourself.
One of our guy friends salivated over a picture of a pgorgeous, blonde, bikini-clad model.
We did a little research with and interviews with Japanese fans to determine the most famous Japanese characters of all time (most popular with Japanese people).